Maldita Castilla EX - Cursed Castile for Xbox One
Xbox One

Maldita Castilla EX - Cursed Castile

Jul 20, 2016
7.98
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374th of 5049

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About this game

Developer: Locomalito
Content Rating: Everyone10+

Summary

The tears of a young witch have been turned by a demon into a key that opens up a gateway for the evil in this world. The King Alfonso VI of León has gathered his loyal knights to get to Tolomera del Rey and finish the nightmare using the power of the Witch’s tears. Banish the zombies and demons that entered the Kingdom of Castile with Don Ramiro, the loyal King’s Knight, and his friends. For that, you will use a different range of weapons to defeat your enemies through the cursed lands of Tolomera, in a pure classic arcade action style.

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Ken McKownAug 04, 2016
While the name may be confusing, this could easily be a blueprint for the successor to Ghosts ‘n Goblins, which is what it seems they set out to do, and they nailed it. If you are like me and grew up pulling your hair out at these punishing side-scrollers, this game is an easy purchase. It captures the magic, while bringing enough of its own charm to make it feel fresh.
Kieren HawkenJul 26, 2016
Maldita Castilla EX gets everything right that Cast of the Seven Godsends got wrong and doesn’t drop a single ball along the way. This game won’t be for everyone – yet again the difficulty may put off some players – but it will certainly please anyone who grew up in the golden age of the arcade game (like myself). Anyone looking for a challenging action-packed 2D adventure won’t go far wrong with Maldita Castilla EX.
Alejandro AlcoleaJul 19, 2016
Los amantes de los juegos estilo Ghost'n Goblins disfrutaréis como enanos con Maldita Castilla. Los jugadores de 'nuevo cuño' descubriréis un juego arcade de estilo retro creado con cariño, con un gameplay bastante justo y con un apartado sonoro y visual de órdago. No es muy largo, pero tiene varios finales y un montón de secretos. ¡Por Castilla!